Funny, but occasionally serious tiny human life
This week on SAW's Mighty Network we’ve built new worlds, challenged ideas of self, reflected on everything we’ve in the last six months, all from hundreds of different locations all around the world. These are just the highlights, you can join it all anytime here.
TUESDAY COMICS INSPIRATION
What comics had you inspired this week? For Cynthia, it wasn’t necessarily comics but it was definitely something graphic with a lot of narrative potential. Emojis! And the fun world of emojipedia.
Our free resources are always available on the SAW website, and they include a lot of reference to Peanuts. And it turns out we’re not the only ones to celebrate the Schulz classic. Here’s an article that describes the relationship between Charlie Brown and the French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
For more Peanuts content, David shared this video about Snoopy’s friend, Woodstock.
FROM THE MEMOIR GROUP
American cult, a comics anthology about Cults in America has just launched a kickstarter to cover the cost of production and bring some hard hitting comics-journalism about comics to readers. Robyn Chapman-cartoonist, publisher and editor of the anthology-says, “In American Cult I'm collecting compelling, honest, and deeply human comics about religious cults. The book will be printed in black and white, and will be approximately 180 pages.”
We’ve just announced, Underpants and Overbites, aka Jackie E. Davis, will be our visiting artist for our March 2020 week-long workshop. Jackie has a bag full of knowledge and experience, you can get a taste for it from our online hang out, available here.
The year-long workshop starts August 26, while we have some day-long workshops and ongoing classes available in September including Comics 101, the ultimate introduction to comics. Keep your eyes out for dates, to be confirmed.
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